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Thread: K3736- MkI Fury-Jose L.G.
19/02/2019 12:27:16

Jose that is excellent news best wishes for a speedy recovery

Thread: Colinís Spanish Fury
18/02/2019 21:39:12

Hi Colin I haven't started the wings yet but intend to use the fg ones as per the plan in fact I'm sticking to the plan as far as possible for all

Thread: SFM Piper cub.40 kit 67 ins wing span.
18/02/2019 19:03:32

Hi Sonny a link to my build it you need it link**LINK**

18/02/2019 18:16:12

Looking at the links it looks exactly the same as the hobbyking model i built which was an easy pleasant build but lacked scale detail which would add weight and additional cost , my is electric . Happy building

Thread: S1581 Hawker Nimrod MkI
12/02/2019 09:13:49

Good to have you back Danny and I hope life improves

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
10/02/2019 13:11:52

that looks wonderful Robert good luck with the maiden

Thread: Film covering to repair "alumium" Mustang wing
06/02/2019 18:56:44

I used oracover chrome on my mustang i thought it to shiny and artificial looking so over sprayed with rustoleum chrome ,the results were very good comparing very well to polished aluminium

Thread: Antonov AN2
05/02/2019 19:31:43

she is looking brilliant Simon good luck with the maiden

Thread: K3731 Martians Fury 1
04/02/2019 22:02:38

Thanks Colin ,Tony ,Danny it's fixed with contact adhesive not over done just as much as is needed any excess is scraped of i don't know the thickness of the plate i will measure tomorrow also the weight of an a4 sized piece

04/02/2019 20:57:42

Thank you very much Danny , your thoughts on the weight please

04/02/2019 20:50:27

Hello all

I have been still working on the fuselage and it is all covered and clad with litho where appropriate I should warn you it piles on the weight 38 oz bare 82oz with lipo's and motor . Instrument panel complete and fitted seat and seat back panel complete and fitted ,here are the pics see what you think

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Thread: Tony B's replica
03/02/2019 18:34:49

Excellent pilot Tony decent set of pecs to

Edited By Martian on 03/02/2019 18:35:33

Thread: Warbird Replicas Spitfire LF mk IXc
01/02/2019 18:28:12
Posted by Barney Corn 1 on 01/02/2019 17:16:37:
I've always ended the outer flush to the fuselage side for neatness if nothing else. I then cut the inner not much longer and thread the connecting wire into it which then runs up to the clevis on the control horn. This is naturally rigid and as the snake is fairly straight inside that section of the fuselage the wire can travel back into the outer if needed.

Edited By Barney Corn 1 on 01/02/2019 17:17:03

+1 for this method

Thread: Tony B's replica
25/01/2019 21:13:15

That's looks brilliant Tony

Thread: Valdez Stol Record breaker build blog
25/01/2019 13:45:23

Looks great I'm following Peter

Thread: PVA and Balsa sawdust.
25/01/2019 13:40:51
Posted by Bruce Collinson on 25/01/2019 13:26:18:

Best by far without resorting to the alchemy suggested above is Pollyfilla Advanced. It comes pre-mixed, tube or tub, it fills and smooths very well, has far less tendency to lift off than specialist lightweight fillers, dries quickly and sands easily (often not needed because it smooths so well) and it's cheap.

BTC

And after a light sanding a coat of non shrinking dope

Thread: K3731 Martians Fury 1
24/01/2019 12:02:19

Sorry Ron put your name down wrong

24/01/2019 10:22:15
Posted by Ron Gray on 24/01/2019 09:35:08:

Great work Martian. Re the false rivets, have you tried using an auto centre punch instead of a hammer? It would give you consistency of force which can be a tad difficult with a hammer, especially after you’ve been at it for a while. You can also get adjustable auto centre punches. Just a thought.........

Thank you Ken I'll look into that

24/01/2019 09:11:14

Thank you Martyn and Tony. Martyn the cowl has had one coat of rustoleum chrome spray it will get at least two more. I have experimented with a number of different chrome and Ali paints and found this the best applied in light coats it looks very much like polished aluminium although not chrome

Thread: Colinís Spanish Fury
24/01/2019 09:05:16

Lovely neat wing work Colin

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